The presidential election results are widely anticipated in Kenya. The two front runners to succeed the Kenyan president are William Ruto and Raila Odinga. In several areas of the nation, both candidates received the most votes possible. An election body called IEBC is in charge of compiling the results.
This is as a result of broadcasters withdrawing their numbers which has started to raise issues due to variations between stations. The presence of every agent in Bomas attests to the veracity of the findings. The race will undoubtedly be challenging. Since then, Raila has continued to have the upper hand with DP Ruto who is also finding it difficult to handle him.
Luo Nyanza who received the most votes chose Raila as the winner. As of right now, IEBC and its representatives have checked and validated 67 out of 290 seats votes. The validity of 4.3 million votes overall. Raila is now in the lead (52.54%) with more than 2.2 million votes. However, DP Ruto received 2 million votes as well with a rate of 46.76%.
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